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Fire in Gion, Kyoto

I was just about to go to bed when I started hearing super loud siren noise. We opened the window (in the first picture) and realized there was a fire in the building right next to the hostel I’m staying … Continue reading

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Havana revisited in colour

I have about 20 rolls of film that I need to see and develop and I haven’t got round to it yet. However, I’ve been re-examining my old digital pictures and came across these little gems that were hiding in … Continue reading

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La calle habanera 2

           

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Sights from Havana

                     

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4th of July in Washington DC

Here’s the link to a piece that I shot for my paper Cherwell. My digital camera was down so I shot the whole thing on film: http://www.cherwell.org/photo/news-in-pictures/2011/07/07/4th-of-july-2011-in-washington-dc 

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English Finalists finish their exams

       

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Protest against the privatization of the NHS

       

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The Cherry Blossom parade 2011

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Anti-war protests

The anti-war feeling in Washington DC is mounting as Americans are becoming increasingly skeptical about the purpose and the success of the US war effort in Afghanistan.

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The University Congregation votes on tuition fees at Oxford

The Sheldonian Theatre was closed for ceremony today as the lecturers and university officials in Oxford got together to discuss the University’s decision on tuition fees under the new government measures. Students, except reporters, were not allowed in to join … Continue reading

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